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Champion mead maker Byron Burch shows us the mead-making ropes. Delicious results awair! By Alan Moen. Alan Moen sleuths the world of mead both modern and medieval. When you know where to look, the stuff is everywhere! Access and download a free copy of Zymurgy: See Zymurgy: An Introduction to Homebrewing.
By Vinnie Cilurzo. Are you having a lupulin threshold shift? It might be time to brew a Double IPA! The brewer of the Best Beer in America offers his tips and insights. By Phil Markowski. Romantics may like to imagine the glory days of farmhouse brewing as a time when independent brewer-farmers produced wonderful, rustic ales for their own consumption. In reality, these homemade ales were extremely varied in taste and quality. American homebrewing, even with its adventurous repertoire of recipes and techniques, barely skims the surface of brewing as it has been practiced through the ages.
In ancient Sumeria, as far back as brewing history goes, brewer were already making black beer, red beer, fresh beer, filtered beer, emmer a type of wheat beer, premium beer and light beer.
The ancients had a whole cupboard full of herbs and spices, although which ones were used in beer is a bit fuzzy.
By Jeff Renner. Cool fermented, cold aged lager beers, no doubt dark as were most beers historically, began to spread from their Bavarian origins to the rest of Europe during the first half of the nineteenth century. John Wagner of Philadelphia is generally credited with brewing the first lager in America in The first clear, pale lager was brewed in Plzen Pilsen , Bohemia. By Drew Beechum. As sure as this planet twirls around the sun, I know there is always a reason for a Saison.
While brewers around me dabble with their Pale Ales, DIPAs and barleywines, I find myself thinking months ahead to my next funky farmhouse. In the solera system of the Jerez region of Spain, sherry is aged in a series of casks of increasing age. When a portion of the oldest cask is removed for sale, it is filled from the next oldest cask, which is in turn replenished from younger casks, and so on until new wine is added to the youngest.
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One thing that most homebrewers never quite have enough of is temperature-controlled cooling space. For starters, there is the collection of beer that you want to have ready to drink — both homebrewed and commercial. Next come beers that are at the peak of flavor and need to be cold-stored until you get a chance to enjoy them or show them off. By Tony Profera. By Dean Fikar. Fort Worth, Texas is a wonderful place to live but the weather here can be a little unfriendly at times.
My fellow Cowtown Cappers and I have battled windstorms, duststorms, thunderstorms, hailstorms, and even the occasional killer tornado. The most consistent natural threat to brewing excellence for us Sun Belt brewers, however, is the omnipresent heat that bathes us for most of the year.
Have you ever wondered just how much wallop your favorite homemade beverage packs, alcoholwise and caloriewise? Have you ever heard your brewing buddies talk about apparent extract and real attenuation and wondered what all the hubbub was about? An experienced unpacker recalls his experiences and offers insight into what to include and what not to include when packing your homebrew to ship to competitions.
Does the thought of calculating a grain bill for all-grain brewing make your head spin?
How much grain should you use? How do you decide? Slower metabolic processes prevent quick yeast reproduction from taking up your slack.
Practical experience bears out that lagers turn out best when hit with more than twice the yeast required for ales. By Horst Dornbusch and Tod Mott. Many of us in the American craft brewing industry arrived at the professional ranks via the homebrew route. We remember the bad old days when our dried yeast pitches gave us randomly slow or stuck fermentations at best and infected brews at worst, all for reasons that were largely inexplicable to us then.
You might have heard your fellow brewers talking about starters and how important they are for making great beer. Proper fermentation is what sets apart great beers from just OK beers, and starters can help by ensuring a beer with the correct appearance, flavor, body and aroma profile. The resulting beer is also clean, complete, consistent and reproducible.
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